Help your kids celebrate the snowy season with these St. Louis winter sweet spots and local family traditions.
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Work together with your child to create homemade gifts for others.
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Your kids can make 3D pumpkins, cornucopias filled with sweet treats, a Thanksgiving tree, a pinecone turkey or turkey handprints for festive placemats. These crafts are simple to make and will keep your kids busy.
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